Travel Blogs from Budapest
not so easy to carry. The views up and down the Danube are really
In the evening we went out for tea to
a restaurant recommended by our host. It was a wonderful experience.
The food was top class and the service was much better without being
of the silver service style. The wine they serve is all from a
family vineyard in the lake Beleton area. It is cheap and good. They
charge the same price for a glass as ...
After some very busy days it was a day at home. We are staying in a unit with Michael and Alex (The Hungarians call her Sandra). The weather was very foggy, but not below zero which is positively balmy. Xmas eve is a family day in Hungary so we were without a driver and can I say that having a driver makes sightseeing a dream come true. I would say that there a lot of cars on the roads in Budapest, whereas in Paris however, ...
... as I was trying to get off. I was stuck between them and an exit they managed to block with a Policeman trying to get onto the train. In short, they crossed the tracks and got away. It was only then I realised what was going on. The rest of the journey was uneventful although I did get a little nervous at the first stop in Hungary, suddenly realising I was the only one in the carriage, the train went backwards for ...
Last morning here, after breakfast, we walked to a coffee shop. Hotel coffee was awful. Back to the hotel for a taxi to the Budapest Keleti station. We have comfort class tickets. We were greeted by a porter who walked us right into the air conditioned lounge. Very nice, free drinks and snacks, and he brought our luggage to the lounge. He came back and got us for the train ride. Such a different experience than our last few train trips. Seats are large ...
... 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); ">